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, of security. so we agreed on this basis, and everyone was a partner. >> reporter: the government is eagle for show that they cooperated and facilitated the withdraw. >> the people now leaving are the last people leaving after the agreement between national security, social affairs and the damascus county governor. >> reporter: others are cynical and doubt the motivate of the rebels and regime forces. for president bashar al-assad, the neighborhood now free of civilians could allow for tactical military advantage as his forces seek to strengthen their control of damascus. for rebel groups it gives them a moment to rest and regroup during the short cease-fire in place. but whatever the reason for the move, the residents are thankful. >> this is like medicine for us. thanks for that, god help you, and thanks to the syrian army. may god protect them. >> reporter: this is not an isolated case. forces have one tactic throughout the country when it comes to rebel-held neighborhoods. they blockade them and keep food and the supplies out. so much of this war is concentrated around these check poin
the philadelphia eagles at home. raider resist looking to get 4-4. and hoping to keep the momentum from last week's wins from the steelers and make the push. >> the eagles coming with a the 3-5 record. and kickoff set for 1:05. "mornings on 2" will end at 9:00 to bring you the cork. -- the coverage. >> what their kids are being asked to do after recess that has them so upset. >> parting ways. barry zito is a free agent. how much it cost the giants to say good-bye. >> we continue to follow breaking news. you can see the smoke from the middle of your screen. that's where they are continuing to fight a major fire. >> it is on 11th street. >> it is on the way to the scene. we have the latest coming up on mornings on two. . >>> good morning to you. isn't that a beautiful golden hue over looking the estuary where the winds are blowing the water and cooler temperatures with breezy north wind continuing as well. >> we follow breaking news for you out of oakland. we have been telling you about the fire where thick black smoke could be seen. and allie rasmus has arrived there and allie rasmus, what can you
special guests is the global ambassador for the san diego zoo. welcome. >> thank you. >> is this a eagle? >> a bald eagle. the great story about the bald eagle. this is thunder. thunder is with us because, unfortunately, he's had challenges in the wild and could not be rabbited to be released. the ultimate goal when we receive damaged birds or animals is send them back to the wild. he was not safe to be released. >> he's happy with us! >> the great story about bald eagles in general is that one time they were a critically endangered species. we almost lost them and it's our national symbol. but because of slight changes in our behavior, nothing drastic, nothing major, just change a few things on how we deal with pesticides, they're now off the endangered species list. he's well trained to hang out with the glove here. we have tresses on him. we do fly him short distances. >> that's a beautiful animal. >> let me get this guy over here . >> the eagle is a predator that eats small animals. the little gray fox, great for being on "fox & friends." we thought it would be good to have force. he
are eagle tore purchase this coverage and to the millions of americans who have attempted to use health dare caught govern to shop and enroll in health care coverage, i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. >> reporter: marilyn tavenner wasser. ed with questions about when she'll have numbers. >> we'll have those numbers available in mid-november. in mid-november. in mid-november. >> reporter: she doesn't expect a massive influx of enrollees at first. >> i'll remind you that enrollee does occur until march 31st of 2014. i'll also remind you that the massachusetts experience was very slow initially. and that it started to ramp up over time. we expect the same type of projections. >> reporter: but the website problems were almost like window dressing in the hearing room where the open health care war fare has been waged for decade. a democratic congressman leaped out of his chair claiming when it came to obama care the gop didn't exactly return the favor. >> how many of you stood up to do that, none. zero. >> it's a false choice to say it's obama care o
, and everybody was a part of it. >> the government is eagle for show that they participated and facilitated the withdraw. >> the people now leaving are the last people leaving after the agreement of national security, social affairs and the damascus county governor. >> others are more cynical, the neighborhood now free of civilians could allow for tactical military advantage as assad forces seek to gain control of the neighborhoods. still whatever the reasons for the move, the residents are thankful. >> the government coming here is like medicine to us. thanks for that. god help you, and thanks to the syrian army, and god protect them. >> reporter: but this is an isolated case. syrian regime forces have one tactic throughout the country when it comes to neighborhood-helrebel-heldneigh. they block them and keep supplies out. al jazeera. >> hello every, we have a very nasty storm in the making across the united states. it will make the central and eastern part in the next 72 hours. first of all let's take a look at it developing right here across the central plains. you can see area of low pr
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can even see bald eagles nesting on wild marsh. >> it's all strip malls and highways and suburbs in northern virginia. to have this jewel so close and so accessible is a wonderful thing. >> reporter: it used to be 200 eab. now it's only 60. >> the park service knows from old photographs and aerial photography that the marsh extended as far as that bowie prior to the 1940's. then the dredging started. >> reporter: metal and steel recommend participants remain of the operation -- remnants remain of the operation that halted in 1972 but erosion continued the assault. >> this marsh shoreline has been eroding at the rate of 6 to 8 feet per year. >> reporter: the depleted shoreline could not hold back the tides of hurricane isabel in 2003. >> it crossed through the whole road into the housing community on the other side of the road. >> reporter: on this first anniversary of hurricane sandy which devastated the coast of new yod new jersey, inteor secretary sally jewel announced a $162 million effort to restore wetlands. $25 million will go to the marsh. >> within the next five years whe
secretary robert gates to lead the group. gates who also led the cia is a former eagle scout. if approved, he'll have a two-year term. >>> majsor new crackdown on smoking in new york city. a new law will raise the minimum age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21. new york will be the largest city to crack down on cigarette sales to 19 and 20-year-olds. it was a personal victory to the council member who presented this. his mother and father died of cancer. >> i'm not a fan of smoking. it's bad for you and kills you. if you can carry an m-16 and go to a war overseas and lose your life, you can't light up a cigarette? >> i need to understand what the mindset is. why are we now dictating, you know, if you are of age to do so many other things -- >> yeah, like die. >> exactly. like die while you're fighting for your country, why can't you light up a cigarette? by the way, no sales for cigarettes, no coupons, no promotional sales. and the minimum cost for a pack of cigarettes or small cigars is $10.50. it was already astronomical. >> wow. >> there you have it. no longer relegated to the smoking sec
welfare system kind of works that way. it was not a lot of money but it was enough to raise eagle above 50% of the poverty level. -- to raise people above 50% of the poverty level. in many states, they don't even list a poor family above 10% of the federal already level which is like $5,000 per year for a family of three. this issue of welfare was something that senator mike lee, republican from utah, brought up in a speech earlier this week. this was at the heritage foundation and as part of that notes that we need a new comprehensive antipoverty upward mobility agenda designed not simply to help people in poverty but to help and empower them to get out. he says that utah is home to an enormously successful private welfare system led by churches, businesses, immunity groups and volunteers. do you think that sort of system can be transplanted to a national level? guest: well, that's interesting. i am actually from utah. lds recognize that the church has a tremendous and well organized welfare system. i am not sure that you tuck can be a model for the rest of the country. the church there i
of america. he will be the national president of the organization starting next year. gates was an eagle scout himself. there is some question if his experience-ending don't ask don't tell at the pentagon might impact how the scouts handle gay policy going forward. >>> cory booker will be sworn in as new jersey's senator today. vice president joe biden will do the honors, swearing booker in in the senate chambers of the u.s. capitol, the rising democratic star will head to the white house this afternoon and meet with president obama. he won a special election earlier this month to fill out the term of late democratic senator frank lautenberg. >>> in honor of halloween check out this real life, well not really real life vampire attack, this is a youtube prankster dressed up as a zombie vampire and unleashing his shenanigans on the streets in philly, most folks run, couple of fist bumps, my favorite though is this guy, totally not bothered, get away from me. wasn't even spooked. that's fantastic. he actually did a really good job, he put the contacts in, fake teeth, mussed up his hair. els
eagles fly over his memory and poland's historic accomplishments as she walk with free nations in liberty's mark. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> mr. speaker, over the past few months, i've come to the house floor to sound the alarm regarding the emptiness of the promises the president made when he sold his health care law. promises such as if you like your health care plan you can keep it and that premiums would drop by $2,500. those promises, mr. speaker, are now on the ash heap of history. here's what i'm hearing from my district. a woman from allegeny county recently showed me the letter she got from her insurance letter. the letter begins -- this is to inform you that we'll discontinue your health care plan on december 31, 2013. mr. rothfus: a father tells me that his family's coverage will be terminated next year. another woman in the nor
Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)